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9:04 AM PST on November 14, 2022

    • Election 2020: Bass's Narrow Lead, Over Caruso, Is Growing (LAT, LAist)...Horvath Narrowly Ahead Of Hertzberg (Daily News)...Luna Well Ahead Of Villanueva For Sheriff (LAist)...Game-Changer ULA - United To House L.A. - Appears To Have Passed (LAT)...Capital & Main Talks With Incoming Controller Mejia
    • L.A. County COVID Cases, Hospitalizations Rising (LAT)
    • South Pasadena Plans To Use Federal Grant To Remove Safety Improvements (@JalbyMD Twitter)
    • Metro Eastside Light Rail Extension Likely To End In Montebello (Urbanize)
    • Metro and A Community Of Friends Break Ground In Boyle Heights (The Source, LAT)
    • Glendale To Vote On Flawed Plan For Verdugo Wash Bike Path (Biking in L.A., Walk Bike Glendale)
    • Carnage: Driver Slams Into South L.A. Carnival, Injuring Six People (LAT1, LAT2, KTLA)...DUI Suspect Kills Two People In Head-On Crash In Moreno Valley (KTLA)...Motorcycle And Ten Cars Involved In 110 Freeway Crash In South L.A. (KTLA)
    • LAPD Policy Change Has Curbed Pretextual Traffic Stops (LAT)
    • Ten Ideas For Fixing Los Angeles (LAT)
    • Burbank Council Approves 149-Unit 100 Percent Affordable Project (Burbank Leader)
    • SMDP Opinion: Prioritize Transit-Oriented Housing
    • L.A. Should Reconsider Right Turn On Red (LAT)

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